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Law and Order: two teens shot over the weekend

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — A 19-year-old pregnant woman was shot and killed over the weekend in Baltimore. Police say the shooting happened around 3 a.m. on Sunday morning in the 5600 block of Woodmont Avenue. That same day, a 15-year-old boy was the victim of a non-fatal shooting, suffering a...

Mayor Scott Announces Group Violence Reduction Strategy Expansion for Baltimore

On Tuesday, Mayor Brandon Scott, will be joined by local partners and community leaders to announce the expansion of the City's Group Violence Reduction Strategy at 2:00PM. The Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement Director Shantay Jackson, and Police Commissioner Michael S. Harrison will also be in attendance. Crime...

'They didn't check': Family of man found dead 10 hours after Baltimore warehouse fire wants answers

BALTIMORE - The family of a man whose body was found 10 hours after a warehouse fire in Southwest Baltimore is asking for answers.The body of 46-year-old James Craig Jr. was found on the stairs in the 2500 block of West Lexington around 11:50 a.m. on Sunday morning, police said.Arson Investigators are also investigating the fire.The building caught fire around 1 a.m. on Sunday, but Craig's brother found the body hours later when he went to visit the shop because Craig wasn't answering his phone.The brother, who didn't want to be identified, told WJZ he didn't search long Sunday morning before...

Political analyst on Olzsewski and Pittman's second terms

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Baltimore County Executive, Johnny Olszewski, is officially starting his second term. Yesterday also marked Baltimore County Police Chief Melissa Hyatt's last day in office. Olszewski is now tasked with finding a new chief. Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman is also beginning his second term. Pittman...

Patterson Park is getting a new café with a focus on tea

A new café focused on loose leaf teas is preparing to open in East Baltimore this month in the former home of longtime coffee shop Patterson Perk. Culture Cup Café is owner Renee Harris' first brick-and-mortar business where she plans to sell a variety of teas, coffees, baked goods and breakfast and lunch options. Harris, who is a tea drinker herself, said she sees the beverage as something global that spans cultures and can bring people together, hence the shop's name.

Looking at extreme snow statistics for the Baltimore winters

BALTIMORE — With meteorological winter in full swing, the question starts to get brought up 'when will we see snow?'. As we know in Baltimore, winter can be feast or famine with snow. From big nor'easters that bring in huge amounts of snow, like our most recent one in...

Under Armour Begins Construction on 280,000 sq. ft. Building at New Campus

Work has begun on a new 280,000 sq. ft. office, retail, and fitness building at Under Armour’s new global headquarters campus in Baltimore Peninsula (formerly Port Covington). This new building, which is situated at the northern section of the property near E. Cromwell St. and the mixed-use Baltimore Peninsula Development, is currently being called Teammate Building 2 (TMB2).
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Police searching for missing Essex teen

ESSEX, MD—Police in Baltimore County are searching for a missing Essex teen. Kayla Foard, 16, is 5’2″ tall and weighs around 125 pounds with black hair that’s blond in the front. She was last seen in the Essex area wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and gray...

BmoreArt’s Picks: December 6-12

This Week: Nada Average Tuesday at Motor House, Towson University Holiday Art + Pottery Sale, Ballet After Dark’s Black Luxury Ball at Eubie Blake, Under $500 at MAP, Art After Hours at the BMA, BREAKING CODES at SNF Parkway, Holiday Heap at 2640, Current Art Market, Mount Royal Merry Mart, Station North Holiday Market, Gallery CA Holiday Art Market, and BmoreArt Open House at Connect + Collect — PLUS The Ashby M. Larmore Fellowship at MCHC and more featured opportunities!

Southwest Airlines passengers surprised by visit from Ravens players

Linthincum — The surprise for travelers at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Monday was two Baltimore Ravens players who traded places with Southwest ground operations agents to direct planes, unload baggage and greet travelers. When people walk into the airport ready to hop on their flight, most people aren't...